The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Chiefs Recap, Roster Cuts & More Episode

terriblepodcastSeason 4, Episode 12 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I recap the Saturday night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs. We discuss who stood out and who didn’t on both sides of the ball as well as special teams.

The first round of cuts took place on Sunday, so we go over the list and talk about the players that have a shot now at the final 53 man roster.

As always, there are a few other talking points mixed in that I did not highlight here in the recap.

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    Another GREAT podcast, guys!

    My comments on the game:

    OK, so we lost another PRESEASON game. No big deal. I for one was actually finding myself enjoying the game. Yes, me. Enjoying a preseason game! lol Cortez Allen and rookie Jarvis Jones did a real ‘bang-up’ job. Troy was, well, Troy was Troy. He was all over the field like the vintage long-haired Tasmanian Devil we all were so used to before he was plagued with injuries the last couple of seasons. (I saw nothing wrong with the blazing hit he delivered on the Chiefs’ QB. There was no helmet-to-helmet contact. I thought it was one of the best hits I’ve seen in a while.) The starters played longer so over all, the defense played exceptionally well when comparing their play to the two previous preseason games.

    As far as the offense goes, Big Ben and Antonio Brown were on key as usual and all of the other WRs did pretty well. We even have a couple of new young WRs that showed they can get the job done. Running the ball was a different story. As the offensive line goes, so goes the running game. The offensive line played very well at times and very bad at others. We need consistency on the o-line if we ever hope to get back to the playoffs, let alone a super bowl.

    Special teams were a bit of the same. Crushing hits were made by our guys at times, but you can’t score seven points and then let the opposing team’s special teams even the score on the very next play. There’s work to be done here as well, but what else is new?

    As I said, over all, it was indeed a good game and even with the bogus calls made by the zebras, I enjoyed it as much as I could possibly enjoy a preseason game. I can’t wait to see the starters get a full sixty minutes to show us all how much harder they’ve worked this off-season and how much better they will play as an improved team as we head into the cold winter months ahead.

    One more thing I’ll add. Why is it that a preseason game has to go to overtime? It makes perfect sense to me to just end the game with the score tied. I know it gives some of the younger players more experience, but injuries can also come into play. It’s a preseason game and the final score means nothing towards the regular season. I vote NO OVERTIME IN PRESEASON GAMES!

    “HERE WE GO!”

    – Steel Maniac